Never jostle for tables at these bars again*

[SPONSORED] Little did we know (and much to our delight), not only does Chope do restaurant reservations; it also has a list of bars that allows you to snag a table at that hot new drinking den.

Bob’s Bar

Tucked away in Sentosa’s Capella Hotel, this Cuban-inspired bar is equal parts breezy and classy. There’s a large outdoor patio space with lots of tropical-style lounge chairs and sofas, as well as a more intimate indoor bar with bar seats and plush couches. The evening and weekend scene gets pretty full with a jazz band playing from Wednesday to Friday. Drinks-wise, they’ve got a refreshing Bob’s fresh-pressed mojito with freshly-squeezed sugar cane.
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This new zi char-inspired bar is the second of Mixes from Mars’ pop up bar concepts. The narrow rectangular space in the RedDot Museum is often full on weekends and vying for a space can be tough. They serve up cocktails like Georgetown Special that’s inspired by assam laksa and has vodka, mango, mint leaves, tamarind paste and lime. It’s easy to see why it’s popular.
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Horse’s Mouth

First-timers may be hard-pressed to find this hidden Japanese-style bar located underneath a ramen shop, but the trek is well worth it. The minimalist almost all-black space is often packed with regulars chatting to friendly bartenders. It may be difficult to park yourself on a seat, but once you do, don’t forget to order a Jungle Bird made with rum, Campari, lime and honey pineapple juice.
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Popular with the after-work and downtempo weekend crowds, this rooftop bar is always packed. Whether you’re trying to race the clock during happy hours or want a night of chilled partying to some alternative DJs, it’s super hard to snag seats here. The solution: book it in advance and guarantee yourself great bottle service and perhaps a round of Ramly burgers.
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Mad Men Attic Bar

Another popular destination for CBD after-work drinks, this low-slung rooftop bar is really chill but always packed to the brim. Most nights are packed with regulars and large groups so it’s impossible to grab a table or even order drinks. While the alfresco space is buzzing, the inside is equally raucous making this a perfect pre-party destination.
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A part of the new crop of serious cocktail bars in hotels, this swanky 1920s New York-inspired bar is also home to the world’s first in-hotel rickhouse with over 100 oak barrels aging spirits and cocktails like Negronis. The bar’s been making waves in the cocktail scene so it’s pretty hard to find a seat on a weekend. Plan ahead so you can leisurely lounge on their tufted chairs while sipping La Banderas (tequila or mezcal with sangrita) all night.
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